Recently discovered this nonprofit gallery that has art for sale done by homeless and other nontraditional artists. The prices are very affordable and one neat aspect of the gallery is that the artists donate 10% of their proceeds when their art is sold to an organization they like or that has helped them. Really like that part! We picked up some great gifts of jewelry done by some ladies in a shelter for victims of domestic violence. Also in the area is another gallery, Area 61, with wonderful art as well and a local eatery called Blue Grass Grill.
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